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VINS Announces Winter Raptor Research Project

This winter and early spring, VINS is collecting information about the winter distribution of Red-tailed Hawks in the Champlain Valley of Vermont. The goal is to better understand the size of the wintering ranges required by individual Red-tailed Hawks, as well as the available food supply.

VINS Works to Meet Educational Needs

The education sector is looking to the outdoors for solutions, and the Vermont Institute of Natural Science in Quechee, Vermont, is working on ways to help. Teaching kids about the natural world is central to the VINS mission, and as the start of school nears on Sept. 8, the organization is in full planning mode.

VINS Announces New Research Initiatives

VINS is proud to announce that we are developing a series of new research projects. We are in a unique position to observe and record natural trends through time, taking advantage of both the expansive space and combination of distinctive microenvironments present.

VT Nature Newsletter

VT Nature Spring 2021

VT Nature

Spring/Summer 2021

VINS remains a safe outdoor experience. Being close to nature at the VINS Nature Center is the perfect antidote.

VT-Nature-Fall20

VT Nature

Fall/Winter 2020-21

VINS adapts in this challenging time and continues offer virtual and outdoor learning and new research projects.

VT Nature FY21 Spring

VT Nature

Spring/Summer 2020

We encourage everyone to join the VINS Nature Center this summer in taking steps to protect birds and their habitats.